Rome, Italy’s capital is known as “The Eternal City”, and has a deeply rooted history as the heart of the ancient Roman empire and the seat of the Catholic church, as ancient landmarks such as the Pantheon, Roman Forum and the Colosseum rest beside the monumental basilicas of the papal home of the Vatican.

Walking through the city, Rome shows its incredible artistic heritage and creative achievement at every turn, from the Piazza Navona with its Fontana Dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain Of Four Rivers) statue by Bernini, the Piazza Di Spagna leading to the majestic Spanish Steps, to the baroque Trevi Fountain, made famous in films such as Roman Holiday, La Dolce Vita and Three Coins In The Fountain. Caravaggio paintings, Renaissance frescoes, Byzantine mosaics and Michelangelo sculptures are everywhere, and the city is awash with priceless treasures at every corner.

Rome has its own “dolce vita” lifestyle as important to experience as soaking up the art and culture, where you can happily spend hours indulging in people-watching over gelatos and world-beating coffee from its streetside piazza cafes. The Romans love to eat out after dark, so where best to join in than at any of the bars offering an “aperitivo” or a bustling trattoria serving crispy, thin pizzas with locally sourced wine? 

For Eurostar services, this will give the choice to travel in either standard or Standard Premier class, and for all other European trains you will have the choice to travel in either standard or 1st class. Enroute to and from Rome, choose to stay at either the 3* Casa Crema, 4* NH Torino Centro or 5* Grand Hotel Sitea in Turin. On arrival in Rome, choose to stay at either the 3* Hotel Nord Nuova Roma, 4* Golden Tulip Rome Piram or 5* The St Regis Rome.

Prices start at £620.00 per person*

*Based on two people staying in a 3 star hotel and travelling in Standard class.

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